If you're already a SonTek customer, or familiar with the acoustic Doppler technology in general, you might ask yourself, why would I use the RS5 ADCP when I already have another system like a RiverSurveyor-M9, or maybe even a FlowTracker. Well in this video, we're going to give you 5-and-a-half reasons why you would want to go with the RS5 over other flow sensors.
Learn how Grace College's Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams combines water quality and flow data together to better understand the economic and environmental impacts of of environmental conditions on freshwater lakes of Kosciusko County, Indiana, to include harmful algal blooms, zebra mussel incursions, starry stonewort, recreational usage, weather events and watershed usage for agriculture.
Learn what you can expect to receive when you order your new RS5 ADCP, and learn how to set-up your system during this easy step-by-step guide.
In this video, Dr. Xue Fan gives you a basic RSQ software overview and shows you where to find additional features customers have requested over the years when using the RiverSurveyor suite of instrumentation.
Learn more about SonTek's new RS5 ADCP - the handy grab-and-go solution for water monitoring professionals who are looking for quality, high-resolution discharge and flow data, with the convenience of a small, rugged and easy to deploy package.
Introducing the RS5, the latest addition to the award-winning RiverSurveyor® family of discharge instruments. Good things really do come in small packages!
No need for hype is what the hype is about! Simply the best data from the world's smallest ADCP.
Pulsed Doppler and Continuous Wave (CW) flow meters, otherwise known as “ultrasonic” or A-V meters, are well-known flow measurement systems in the water and wastewater industries. Both kinds of systems are Dopplers, yet they differ in some important ways, both technologically and operationally.
Application Specialist, Nick Martin, walks you through rQPOD propeller repair when damaged during general use.
SonTek Hydrology Manager for Europe, Lee Pimble, reviews some of the options to consider - from basic boards, to the handy remote control and autonomous versions.